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681: new post   Bing Entertainment: Search and View Movies, Music, TV, etc
"...the company unveiled Bing Entertainment, which provides the ability to search, view and - depending on the medium - purchase films, TV, music and games."
Bing Search Engine NewsJune 23, 2010
682: new post   Bing Query Language - seriously geeked-out Advanced Operators
Bing just published (and publicized) an extensive list of Advance Operators. What a look into their search technology this offers! For example, here's a description of the advanced operator norelax:
Bing Search Engine NewsJuly 1, 2010
683: new post   Bing Search Share Up 88% Since Launch
"Bing's short-term climb is impressive, but a longer view shows Microsoft's upstart search engine making even bigger inroads against its main rival.
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Bing Search Engine NewsJuly 10, 2010
684: new post   Updated Bing Webmaster Tools
"The redesigned Bing Webmaster Tools provide you a simplified, more intuitive experience focused on three key areas: crawl, index and traffic."
Bing Search Engine NewsJuly 21, 2010
685: new post   Microsoft's Test With Yahoo Remind Webmasters To Get Into Bing's Index
"During this testing phase, it's important to look at how your site is showing up in search results on Yahoo! and Bing today,..."
Bing Search Engine NewsJuly 22, 2010
686: new post   Microsoft Advertising: Consumer Experience Is Everything
"Our study identifies that consumers typically follow four multi-screening pathways..."
BingAds (was MSN/Microsoft AdCenter)Mar 17, 2013
687: new post   Tumblr To Add Paid Adverts From May 2, 2012
Blogging platform Tumblr is to introduce paid advertisements on its service, despite its owner once saying that online ads "turn our stomachs".
Blogging SEO Blog AdministrationApr 19, 2012
688: new post   YouTube Comments Management Now All In One Place
"...we fast-tracked the development of a new comment management page that lets you see, respond to and moderate your comments all in one place."
Blogging SEO Blog AdministrationJan 14, 2014
689: new post   Yahoo to Close MyBlogLog
Users of MyBlogLog, a start-up that Yahoo acquired in 2007 for about $10 million, received an e-mail early today announcing the service's demise.[br][br]The announcement is not exactly a surprise. MyBlogLog was one of the Yahoo services listed on a leaked presentation screenshot from December as a property that would likely be sold or shut down as the troubled Yahoo cuts costs.
Blogging SEO Blog AdministrationFeb 24, 2011
690: new post   Top sites don't validate
We expose a group of red faced top html developers. Why won't they take the time to validate their code?
HTMLOct 24, 2001
691: new post   Making a site more printer-friendly
...One of the sites I'm working on can't be printed without a chunk of the right side getting lopped off...
HTMLOct 31, 2001
692: new post   Is GET/POST totally interchangeable?
An age old question comes up for air: "If I change the GET to POST will I have to change the implementation of the rest of the form?"
HTMLNov 30, 2001
693: new post   Mozilla 0.9.7 Raises Browser Bar.
Is 2002 the year of the Big Comeback for Netscape? Mozilla.org is making strong headway with it's latest release.
HTMLDec 23, 2001
694: new post   Company Claims RDF Infringes on Patent
"RDF (Resource Description Framework) files have been used extensively for the last few years in many applications. The most well known RDF file is the Open Directory Project database that is distributed in RDF format."
HTMLJan 4, 2002
695: new post   The Pro´s and Con´s of PDF Content Delivery
On another thread some side comments were made about not liking PDF files. On the other hand, there are some definite advantages. At tax time those IRS forms in PDF sure are handy compared to schlepping to the nearest physical supply.
HTMLFeb 16, 2002
696: new post   Lets get ready to Rumble! Jakob Nielson vs. Joshua Davis
It´s the classic face off of style vs substance. Usability vs style.
HTMLFeb 18, 2002
697: new post   Site Search - how to make it a total asset
"For many people having a Site Search box on the page seems like a given, but there are pitfalls that have caused me to remove it in several past cases."
HTMLFeb 28, 2002
698: new post   Font Sizes
A general webmaster survey on font sizes.
HTMLFeb 28, 2002
699: new post   Easy way for client to post images online?
"I have a client who provides location scouting services and needs to make images available to his clients online. I´m trying to come up with an easy way for him to do this..."
HTMLMar 11, 2002
700: new post   Right-Hand Navigation
There has been a growing number of sites, putting navigation on the right side of the page.
HTMLMar 19, 2002
701: new post   redux : HTML Validators
It can be your worst nightmare, or your best friend. Either way, this is your wake up call to get ready for AOL Netscape!
HTMLMar 28, 2002
702: new post   Heads Up - Putting our HTML Heads Together
The insufferable "head" tag has gone through some changes over the years. Deprecated info abounds on the web. What´s in, what´s out, what´s current?
HTMLMar 31, 2002
703: new post   Common Validation Errors
"...the more people work toward writing valid code, the more challenges we´ll see."
HTMLApr 2, 2002
704: new post   PositionTech Introduces Online Validator
For several years, we have suggested to search engines and search engine service providers that they should consider HTML validation of pages that are submitted. One such service introduced today, takes on that challenge.
HTMLApr 4, 2002
705: new post   Internet Explorer Security - Time for a change?
The number of security problems with Internet Explorer is becoming overwhelming for many. Is it time for a browser change, or just time to fume?
HTMLApr 5, 2002
706: new post   Compuserve V7 launches Netscape!
Compuserve (owned by AOL) released a new version of it´s proprietary software today based not on IE, but on Netscape 6.
HTMLApr 17, 2002
707: new post   Mozilla 1.0 Release Candidate 1
Mozilla releases version 1.0 release candidate 1.
HTMLApr 19, 2002
708: new post   Enoughs Enough - Goodbye Netscape 4
One by one designers are making the choice to skip Netscape 4 support.
HTMLApr 24, 2002
709: new post   Protecting Photo Gallery Images
"I´ve created a photo gallery with more than 100 pictures and, I would like to protect them..."
HTMLApr 24, 2002
710: new post   Websites Take Teamwork
"If you have several specialists collaborating on the project, you either need someone to keep an eye on the overall picture, or need a team that understands that they need to work together to produce the website."
HTMLMay 8, 2002
711: new post   How do you design?
"I was wondering how other designers come up with the sites you do. I usually use photoshop and just start designing elements. I thought about sketches on a piece of paper first, but it seems to just take longer than. Any thoughts?"
HTMLMay 13, 2002
712: new post   New to WebDesign - Been There Done That.
We all remember what it was like: "I am very new using a PC and have a lot of catching up do to. I have a question to ask, although I´m afraid to ask for fear of sounding like the village idiot, but here goes:"
HTMLMay 16, 2002
713: new post   Now on Deck : Netscape 7
"...are working hard to create features and services you want in Netscape 7.0. Netscape 7.0 PR1 is a pre-release version for users to test and provide feedback."
HTMLMay 22, 2002
714: new post   Make intelligent use of META tags
Refresher course in the venerable meta tags.
HTMLMay 28, 2002
715: new post   When a Client Wants a Cluttered Page
"The client...fancies his business offerings to be multipronged like Microsoft and figures it is logical that he should emulate them."
HTMLJune 11, 2002
716: new post   Accessibility Issues In The Real World
"To be honest, my considerations in regard to usability and accessibility extended to making sure sites were cross- browser compliant. That changed when I was handed the task of developing content for several sites that by necessity must be accessible to people with impaired vision. "
HTMLJune 11, 2002
717: new post   Looking For Studies on Web Pages
The quest for free or resonably priced studies on web pages continues. In a world where we run on precision computers and have date on everything, the lack of real world page performace data is troubling.
HTMLJune 11, 2002
718: new post   Multiple Page Forms - High Degree of Difficulty
"I am trying to develop a form that has multiple pages..."
HTMLJune 11, 2002
719: new post   Mozilla 1.1Alpha out
Hot on the heals of Moz 1.0 comes version 1.1 with about 15 new changes and a full trainload of bug fixes.
HTMLJune 12, 2002
720: new post   Validation vs. Code Bloat
We all know that with the browser wars starting to simmer again and that makes code validation more important than it has been in several years. However, code size is just as big an issue in the speed sensitive environment of the web.
HTMLJune 19, 2002
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